Editors' Choice

We review hundreds of products in a wide range of categories each year. Here's the best of the best in phones.

OnePlus 3T review

OnePlus has replaced the OnePlus 3 with the OnePlus 3T, complete with the new super-powerful Snapdragon 821 processor inside. It costs a little more than before, so we’ve found out if it’s worth the extra. See Full Review »

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HTC One M8 with Windows Review

  • Same great specs as Android version
  • High-end metal design
  • Longer battery life than Android version
  • Limited app selection
  • Somewhat slippery to hold
  • Only at Verizon
Our Score 8

Callpod Chargepod Review

  • Eliminates cable clutter; saves space; charges up…
  • Adapters are extra; a tad bit expensive
Our Score 8

Nexus 6 Review

  • Android 5.0 Lollipop is beautiful and useful
  • As powerful as phones come
  • Gorgeous AMOLED screen
  • Fantastic speaker sound
  • Decent battery life
  • Tough to hold due to large size
  • Screen discolors at angles
  • No MicroSD support
  • Double the price of last year’s Nexus
Our Score 8

HTC Inspire 4G Review

  • HTC Sense is great for new and experienced Android…
  • Low $99 price
  • 4.3-inch screen is spacious
  • No front-facing camera
  • Speakers are a bit weak
  • Battery cover is difficult to remove
  • Still runs Android 2.2
Our Score 8

LG G5 Review

  • Modular design with replaceable battery
  • Sleek metal body
  • Amazing camera
  • More than enough power
  • Considerable potential for the future
  • Future potential has yet to be realized
  • Battery life is weak
  • Modules are hard to connect
Our Score 8

LG Lotus Review

  • Large
  • bright screen; full QWERTY keyboard; excellent…
  • Poor indoor pictures; manual USB connectivity…
Our Score 8

LG G Flex Review

  • Most powerful phone we’ve tested
  • Very comfortable for a 6-inch phablet
  • 2- to 3-day battery life
  • Gorgeous curved OLED screen
  • Great rear speaker
  • Too expensive
  • No built-in stylus
  • OLED screen has a grainy background
  • Too big for some hands
  • Scratch-healing doesn’t work well
Our Score 8

Motorola Droid Turbo Review

  • Industry leading battery life
  • Gorgeous AMOLED screen
  • Will get Android Lollipop
  • Comfortable design
  • A tad heavy to hold
  • Smart screen wakes up too frequently
  • No MicroSD
Our Score 8